Abstentions and state dissention cloud what otherwise seems like a straightforward push for Hillary Clinton.


A Harvard University network aims to improve the coherence of R&D about teaching and learning and its application.


A host of familiar names are among the winners of a more than $50 million competitive-grant program focusing on teacher professional development.


A new longitudinal study shows that mentoring seems connected to a longer career path. So why are teachers in higher-poverty schools less likely to get a mentor?


The endorsement comes despite serious misgivings from some affiliates, who were hoping a slower endorsement process would give the union more time to extract more policy promises from Clinton.


The National Education Association moved a step closer to endorsing Hillary Clinton in the presidential primary—a move that could add fuel to her campaign to secure the White House.


Never one to avoid controversy, the group has turned its grading of ed. schools into a searchable Web tool for aspiring teachers.


Negotiations broke down when the district wanted to wait until January to implement salary increases.


The NEA is reportedly gearing up to endorse Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primaries.


After two years, students participating in a random-assignment evaluation showed slightly better reading scores than their counterparts in control schools.


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